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Luka Stobrec

Luka Stobrec is an island in Split – Tucepi to Tribunj, a yacht charter area in Croatia.

The anchorages on Luka Stobrec:

Overview

The bay of Uvala Stobreč is located in 4miles east of the city of Split and 10 miles NW of the small harbour of Omis.  The mouth of the river Zrnovnica opens into the bay.

The small village and resort of Stobreč, which is a part of the Split municipality, sits on the W shore.

Navigation

A large hotel at SE of Kairos harbour helps to locate. The harbour wall extends out from the west headland, which has rocks to the S&E, close to the shore. Several pontoons on the N of the wall are used by small craft. Stobrec harbour has no lights. In some places, underwater, the breakwater is damaged so on approaching you should give this clearance of at least 100 metres.

Where to Anchor

If space permits, tie up alongside the breakwater. Shallow draught vessels may be able to berth in the marina at Podstrana. Anchor in at 2-4m, in mud, with good holding. Take care to avoid the sewer pipe which extends past the breakwater, from the NW of the harbour. There’s good shelter here, even from the bora – the only winds which cause swells are from the SE.

General Information

Water is available from the marina at Podstrana, or a tap, SW of the bay, at Stobrec. The town has a bank, ATM, supermarket, PO, and other tourist facilities. There’s also a bus service into Split where of course, you’ll find everything.

Photo by: ariannasalaris (Source: Instagram)

History and Culture

The history of the area dates back to the times of the ancient Greeks, who called the settlement Epetion. There are still traces of the defensive walls they built. 

The village’s other claim to fame is that of an inscribed sarcophagus from the 3rd century AD.  It proclaims the achievements of a certain Lucius Artorius Castus, Roman commander. According to certain sources, he was the inspiration behind the legends of King Arthur, as he has previously been based in Britain.  Of course he was (not)!

Beaches

The long beach of Strobec is partly near the river, and partly near a well-organized campsite. Perhaps not the most spectacular beach on the Dalmatian Riviera, it’s still fine for an early morning dip or as the start of a stroll around the village and along the river.

Photo by: oksana _life (Source: Instagram)

Where to Eat

There are several cafes and restaurants along the waterfront, where you can eat good local food and watch the world go by.

Kasa Grill and Bar

Amazing steaks are their signature, but also try the shrimp linguini or the truffle pasta. Highly rated in the area, and appreciated by the locals as well as visitors.

Konoba Nikola

A bit off the beaten track, this konoba is worth a visit if you want the freshest seafood possible – you literally choose from a live selection, freshly caught that day.  The wines are good, and don’t miss the traditional dessert “Splitska torta”.

Places to Stay

In Stobrec you will find numerous guesthouses, B&Bs, rental apartments, and hotels. It can make a quiet and convenient base to explore Split. 

Things to Do

Aquapark Dupichini

One for the whole family to enjoy. Lots of amazing activities to create those positive vacation vibes, including a fun bouncy playground floating in the warm, shallow, crystal-clear waters.

Photo by: aquapark_dupichini (Source: Instagram)

    Yachts available in Luka Stobrec

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    IPHARRA

    From €68,000/week
    5 cabins
    102 ft
    Sunreef Yachts
    10 guests
    Refit: 2017
    50 Litres/Hr

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    IDYLLIC

    From €275,000/week
    6 cabins
    194 ft
    Benetti
    12 guests
    Refit: 2021
    450 Litres/Hr

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    SUNRISE

    From €200,000/week
    5 cabins
    141 ft
    Custom
    12 guests
    Built: 2020
    350 Litres/Hr

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    SKIMMER

    From €32,000/week
    5 cabins
    75 ft
    Two Oceans
    10 guests
    Built: 2016
    35 US Gall/Hr

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    4 reviews
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    Rara Avis

    From €36,000/week
    6 cabins
    108 ft
    Custom Built Aluminum Cutter
    12 guests
    Built: 2018
    60 Litres/Hr

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    SMYRNA

    From €50,000/week
    5 cabins
    122 ft
    Custom Built Aluminum Cutter
    10 guests
    Built: 2012

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    PATHOS

    From €125,000/week
    6 cabins
    131 ft
    Sunseeker
    12 guests
    Refit: 2017
    580 Litres/Hr

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    3 reviews
    Jacuzzi
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    Lisa of the Seas

    From €38,000/week
    5 cabins
    67 ft
    Fontaine Pajot
    10 guests
    Built: 2020
    30 Litres/Hr

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    21 reviews
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    Gulet Nautilus

    From €16,000/week
    8 cabins
    101 ft
    Fethiye Shipyard
    16 guests
    Refit: 2015
    30 Litres/Hr

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    THE MERCY BOYS

    From €90,000/week
    5 cabins
    163 ft
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    12 guests
    Refit: 2013
    250 Litres/Hr

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    WHITEFIN

    From €25,500/week
    4 cabins
    90 ft
    Renaissance Yacht
    8 guests
    Refit: 2015
    20 Litres/Hr

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    9 reviews
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    Mala

    From €8,900/week
    3 cabins
    57 ft
    Lagoon
    6 guests
    Refit: 2019
    16 Litres/Hr

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    TERSANE 8

    From €21,000/week
    10+ cabins
    147 ft
    Custom
    28 guests
    Built: 2012

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    3 reviews
    Jetski
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    Smart Spirit

    From €13,200/week
    4 cabins
    84 ft
    Aegean Build
    9 guests
    Refit: 2021

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    Jetski
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    ARESTEAS

    From €150,000/week
    6 cabins
    167 ft
    Custom Built
    12 guests
    Built: 2017

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